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Burning Questions – Part 4 of 4

15th July 2018 | Carlton Walters

This is our last question in this series – “If there is a God, why is there so much suffering?”

Carlton takes us back to the very beginning to show us that suffering was never part of God’s plan for us. From the moment Adam accepted the apple from Eve, suffering entered the world, not only effecting humans but the whole of creation.



Burning Questions – Part 3 of 4

8th July 2018 | Tolu Falase

In the 3rd part of our current series, Tolu addresses the topic of how we can achieve a godly “work-life balance”. He begins by defining what work-life balance means, who it affects and why it is important. Tolu then refers to Exodus 18 to examine the life of Moses and illustrates the process Jethro used to help Moses simplify his life in the wilderness journey with Israel. In the second half of the message, Tolu presents Abraham Maslow’s theory of human needs and how we naturally prioritise them and compares this idea with Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 6:33-34. Finally, he shares some practices of how we can bring godly balance to our lives according to the Bible.


Burning Questions – Part 2 of 4

1st July 2018 | Tope Olukemi

Tope takes us to our 2nd question in our Burning Questions series.

How can we explain to people who don’t attend church “What type of church we are” without sounding like weirdos?

Tope quickly establishes that we can’t! As Christians we are called to be different, to stand out from the crowd and no matter which way we explain our church to non-believes it will sound weird.

So let us embrace our difference and tell people anyway!



24th June 2018 | Tolu Falase

Tolu launches us into a new series called “Burning Questions” and the first of which is “If slavery is wrong, why are there so many slaves in the Bible?” Tolu begins by sharing a definition of slavery as the “treatment of another human being as property and denied of personal rights”. We then explore the various forms of slavery which includes the voluntary kind, the prisoner of war, as a form of penalty to a criminal activity and the enforced kind. Tolu makes it clear that in the beginning, God did not intend for anyone to own another person as property because we are all created in God’s image, His likeness and all are mandated to reign on the earth (Gen 1:27-28). Tolu then turns our attention to how the Bible encourages us to take the attitude of slaves concerning living a life of righteousness (Romans 6:15-16) because while the Bible frowns on the practice of enforced slavery, being a slave to sin is the worst case of scenario.

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